ASHWAUBENON - The Brown County Veterans Memorial is marking 10 years of honoring area veterans each and every day.
The memorial's first bricks were laid on May 23, 2003. It's in front of the Brown County Veterans Memorial Arena and sits near Armed Forces Drive and South Oneida Street.
Since then, more than 4,000 bricks have been purchased and displayed. Each one has the name of a veteran from Brown County.
Founders say this memorial is intended to recognize not just for those who have died, but for all who have served.
"The individuals like to have their name on display or whatever, showing that they served their country. And of course, the plaques on the inside are people that never came back," said Doug Santy, president of Friends of Brown County Veterans.
Santy says bricks can still be purchased through his group, Friends of Brown County Veterans.
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